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HHH and iOS filmmaking featured on today’s Mac OS Ken!

I just got the best day-after-Christmas gift ever!  I was interviewed on today’s Mac OS Ken (the awesome daily Mac news podcast hosted by Ken Ray). Actually, the interview was recorded a couple days ago, but it went live this morning. During our 30 minute conversation, we gabbed about Hand Held Hollywood, the new HHH book, and some terrific filmmaking apps (including FiLMiC Pro).

You can also find the podcast in iTunes, or search for it within most iOS podcast apps that offer a program directory.

If you’re not already a listener, I highly recommend you check it out. And, if you like what you hear, you can show Ken a little love by purchasing the podcast’s very own iPhone/iPad app ($2.99)! I’ve been a fan of the Mac OS Ken podcast since the day it first hit the intertubes, and it was an enormous honor to be the subject of today’s show.

Thanks, Ken!

The app was not found in the store. :-(
‎FiLMiC Pro-Video Camera
‎FiLMiC Pro-Video Camera
Developer: FiLMiC Inc
Price: $14.99+

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